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    1 The tribes come to Hebron and anoint David over Israel. 4 David's age. 6 He taking Zion from the Jebusites, dwells in it. 11 Hiram sends to David. 13 Eleven sons are born to him in Jerusalem. 17 David, directed by God, smites the Philistines at Baal-perazim; 22 and again at the mulberry trees. VERSE 1 - came. * 1Ch 11:1-3; 12:23-40 - we. * 2Sa 19:13 Ge 29:14 De 17:15 Jud 9:2 Eph 5:30 Heb 2:14 VERSE 2 - leddest out. * Nu 27:17 1Sa 18:13,16; 25:28 Isa 55:4 - feed. * 2Sa 7:7 1Sa 16:1,12,13; 25:30 Ps 78:70-72 Isa 40:11 Eze 34:23 * Eze 37:24,25 Mic 5:4 Mt 2:6 Joh 10:3,4,11 - a captain. * 1Sa 9:16; 13:14 2Ki 20:5 Isa 55:4 Heb 2:10 VERSE 3 - So all. * Ex 3:16 1Ch 11:3 - made. * 1Sa 11:15 2Ki 11:17 2Ch 23:16 Ne 9:38 - before. * Jud 11:11 1Sa 23:18 - anointed. * 2Sa 2:4 1Sa 16:13- VERSE 4 thirty. * Lu 3:23 - forty. * 1Ch 26:31; 29:27 VERSE 5 - seven years. * 2Sa 2:11 1Ki 2:11 1Ch 3:4 VERSE 6 - Jerusalem. * Ge 14:18 Jos 10:3 Jud 1:8 Heb 7:1 - the Jebusites. * Jos 15:63; 18:28 Jud 1:8,21; 19:10-12 - which spake, etc. Dr. Kennicott's amended translation is as follows: "Who spake unto David, saying, Thou shalt not come in hither; for the blind and the lame shall drive thee away, by saying, David shall not come in hither." ver. 8. "And David said, Whosoever smiteth the Jebusites, and through the subterraneous passage reacheth the lame and the blind, who hate the life of David, (because the blind and the lame said, he shall not come into the house,) shall be chief and captain. So Joab, the son of Zeriah, went up first, and was chief." - Except. * Jer 37:10 - thinking, David cannot. or, saying, David shall not, etc. VERSE 7 - Zion. * Ps 2:6; 9:11; 48:12; 51:18; 87:2; 132:13 Isa 12:6; 59:20 Mic 4:2 * Ro 9:33 Heb 12:22 Re 14:1 - the same. * :9; 6:10 1Ki 2:10; 3:1; 8:1 1Ch 11:7 2Ch 5:2; 24:16 VERSE 8 - Whosoever. * Jos 15:16,17 1Sa 17:25 - he shall be. * 1Ch 11:6-9 - Wherefore, etc. or, Because they had said, even the blind and the lame, he shall not come into the house. VERSE 9 - city. * :7 - Millo. * Jud 9:6,20 1Ki 9:15,24; 11:27 1Ch 11:8 2Ch 32:5 VERSE 10 - went on, and grew great. Heb. went going and growing. * 2Sa 3:1 Job 17:9 Pr 4:18 Isa 9:7 Da 2:44,45 Lu 2:52 - the Lord. * Ge 21:22 Ps 46:7,11 Isa 8:9,10 Ro 8:31 VERSE 11 - Hiram. * 1Ki 5:1,2,8,9 1Ch 14:1 - masons. Heb. hewers of the stone of the wall. they built. * 2Sa 7:2 1Ki 7:1-12 Ec 2:4-11 Jer 22:14-16 VERSE 12 - David. * 2Sa 7:16 1Ch 14:2 - his people. * 1Ki 10:9 2Ch 2:11 Es 4:14 Isa 1:25-27 Da 2:30 VERSE 13 * Ge 25:5,6 De 17:17 1Ch 3:9; 14:3-7 2Ch 11:18-21; 13:21 VERSE 14 - the names. * 1Ch 3:5-9; 14:4 - Shammuah. or, Shimea. * 1Ch 3:5 - Nathan. * 2Sa 12:1-7 Lu 2:31 - Solomon. * 2Sa 12:24,25 Mt 1:6 VERSE 15 - Elishua. or, Elishama. * 1Ch 3:6; 14:5 VERSE 16 - Eliada. or, Beeliada. * 1Ch 14:7 - Eliphalet. Eliphelet. * 1Ch 3:8 VERSE 17 - But when. * 1Ch 14:8,9 Ps 2:1-5 Re 11:15-18 - the hold. * 2Sa 23:14 1Ch 11:16 VERSE 18 - the valley. * 2Sa 23:13 Ge 14:5 Jos 15:8 1Ch 11:15 Isa 17:5 VERSE 19 - enquired. * 2Sa 2:1 1Sa 23:2,4; 30:7,8 Jas 15 4:15 - And the Lord. * :23 Jud 20:28 1Sa 28:6; 30:8 1Ki 22:6,15-23 Pr 3:6 VERSE 20 - Baal-perazim. that is, The plain of breaches. * Isa 28:21 VERSE 21 - David. * De 7:5,25 1Sa 5:2-6 1Ch 14:11,12 Isa 37:19 - burned them. or, took them away. * Isa 46:1,2 Jer 43:12 VERSE 22 - came up. * 1Ki 20:22 1Ch 14:13 VERSE 23 - enquired. * :19 - fetch. * Jos 8:2,7 1Ch 14:14 Mt 9:29,30; 8:23-25 Joh 9:6,7 - the mulberry trees. The word {becha‹m,} rendered mulberry trees, is rendered by Aquila, [ ,] pear-trees, as the LXX. also render in 1 Ch 14 14:14, 15; and so the Vulgate in both places has {pyrorum.} The Rabbins, however, believe {bacha} signifies the mulberry-tree; with whom Ursinus agrees. It more probably denotes a large shrub which the Arabs still call {baca,} from its distilling an odoriferous gum, from {bachah} to distil, as tears. Of this opinion is Celsius, who quotes a passage from Abulfadi, who describes it as a balsam shrub, having longish leaves, and bearing a large fruit with an acrid taste. M. Forskal mentions a tree by the name of {baeca,} with leaves rather ovated, smooth, entire: its berries are poisonous to the sheep. VERSE 24 - sound. * 2Ki 7:6 - thou shalt bestir. * Jud 4:14; 7:15 1Sa 14:9-12 1Ch 14:15 Php 2:11,12 VERSE 25 - Geba. * 1Ch 14:16 - Gibeon. Gazer. * Jos 16:10 GOTO NEXT CHAPTER - TREASURY OF SCRIPTURE KNOWLEDGE INDEX

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